Brazilian photographer Pedro Costa Neves and model Dovile met for the first time in order to shoot together. After a gentle incrementalism into each other´s personality and overcoming an initial shyness, the creative glimmer clicked between them and with the music of The Weeknd in the background the shooting continued in an easy manner.
Sometimes, good things happen. Los Angeles-based singer and songwriter Sasha Sloan was found from a viral Reddit post. Since then the 22-year old talent got signed and moved to LA from Boston. Enjoy our sidewalk talk where she opens up about collaborations, moving to Los Angeles, growing as a person and writing lyrics.
“I think everyone including myself was in a toxic past relationship before. You know that a certain person is not good for you and treating you the way you should be treated but you still can’t manage to distance yourself from that person. That’s not a nice situation and some people are stuck in this waaaay too long.” explains the young German singer and songwriter Amili about her new release “Maybe”.
“How much happier would we be if we spent more time moving with the force of life. Dancing, singing, making love, feeling sexy, walking in the woods, swimming at the beach, looking at flowers, watching animals, telling stories and gazing at the moon, rather than always pushing ourselves along a path that we think is leading us to where we want to go?” Sally Mustang is an artist, yoga teacher, writer and free spirit. We have been in love with the inspiring beauty already for a long time and we are happy to had an insightful talk with her about places, love, best life lession and sex&art.
If you love somebody you care about the person” Billboard just announced rapper Bhad Bhabie on the sixth place of the most influential “21 Under 21“. Enjoy our interview where the young artist opens up about her younger days, the meaning of her tattoos, why she loves being in hospitals and her biggest challenges.
A modern love story inspired by the French New Wave of the 60’s. “I remember every kiss and touch. All our memories I miss so much. The moments we had last summer in France were perfect, and they couldn’t have been any better. You truly gave me the happiest moments of my life. You showed me how happy I could be and the potential I had. But all good comes to end.”
Using the French Humanist movement of the 1930s as its inspiration, the wonderful Santa Monica based art gallery Peter Fetterman is excited to announce its Toujours Paris exhibition featuring a curated collection of iconic artists including Henri Cartier-Bresson, Louis Stettner, and Martine Franck, among others.